How to study for the LSAT (law school admissions test)

How to study for the LSAT (law school admissions test)

Disclaimer: I studied for the LSAT about 7 years ago, so things have probably changed drastically since then. But, when I studied, I just bought a cheap LSAT book off of amazon, and studied that. I read the book front to back, made flash cards, took notes, and did practice questions. Looking back, I wish [...]

Personal Thank You Notes from Emily Costopoulos & My Favorite Fall 2018 Sweater

Personal Thank You Notes from Emily Costopoulos & My Favorite Fall 2018 Sweater

Photos: Love from Sarah Peterson This spring, I was on the hunt for some personalized thank you notes. Attorney Attire has had the opportunity to work with some pretty awesome companies, and I wanted a personal way to thank them.  I love sending out thank you notes, but was sick of the thank you cards I [...]

maintaining physical and mental health as a young lawyer

maintaining physical and mental health as a young lawyer

My friend, Dylan Wheeler, who is an attorney practicing in Iowa published an excellent article with the Federal Bar Association called,  "Ten Tips to Maintain Physical and Mental Health During Law School."   These tips definitely apply during the practice of Law as well. Personally, the first year out of law school was the worst [...]

creating a happy and productive desk space

creating a happy and productive desk space

When creating a happy and productive work space, some of my must have items are: good lighting, a note pad, a planner, and thank you notes. LIGHTING: having good lighting is so important because it sets the tone for your work space. PLANNER: having a planner is critical to keeping a productive schedule. At work, [...]